Search Results for 'Terri Hooley'

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Belfast rockers Echo Raptors @ Kelly’s

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BELFAST HAS had a long and proud record of producing raucous rock’n’roll and r’n’b back to the time of Van Morrison’s Them in the 1960s. Carrying on that tradition are Echo Raptors who play Kelly’s Bar, Bridge Street this Saturday.

The HardChargers - Dirty blues from Belfast @ Monroe’s Backstage Bar

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TERRI HOOLEY, the man who signed the Undertones and released their single ‘Teenage Kicks’, the man who nurtured the Northern Irish punk scene, has called The HardChargers “my kind of feckin’ band”.

Free gigs in the Latin Quarter

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FOUR NIGHTS of free gigs take place in Galway city’s Latin Quarter, from tonight until Sunday, for the Guinness Live music festival.

Free gigs in the Latin Quarter

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FOUR NIGHTS of free gigs take place in Galway city’s Latin Quarter, from tonight until Sunday, for the Guinness Live music festival.

Good Vibrations at Athlone Film Club

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Athlone Film Club continues its new season on Tuesday September 17 at 8pm in the Dean Crowe Theatre with the uplifting Irish film, Good Vibrations that will appeal to movie and music lovers alike.

Creativity and innovation take to the stage for First Thought

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ARTISTS, DANCERS, playwrights, directors, and top academics all had a dream - the need to fulfil their ability and create something that would not only impact at home, but abroad too.

Competition winners

The winners of the Pilgrim Hill screening were Rachel Curran, Renmore; Des Johnston, Rahoon; Gary Phelan. Galway; Doreen O’Rourke, Ballybrit; Rita Bourke, Galway; Declan McSteen, Salthill; Gerard Barrett, Moycullen; Gerard Barrett, Ardrahan; Joan Keane, Galway; Sonja Kollmann, Rahoon; Emma O’Sullivan, Oughterard; Antonio Bibbò, Galway; Tara Spelman, Knocknacarra; and Eileen Zellmann, Cappagh Road.

Good Vibrations - when Belfast was the heart of punk

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IF IT was not for Terri Hooley there might never have been a punk scene in Ireland. Dublin was never convincing, Cork was virtually silent, and Tuam’s Blaze X ploughed a lone furrow west of the Shannon.

Good Vibrations scoops Film Fleadh award

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GOOD VIBRATIONS, the magnificent biopic of Terri Hooley, the Belfast man who was the key figure in the city’s punk music scene in the late 1970s won The Best Irish Feature Award at the Galway Film Fleadh.

Irish films at the fleadh

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THE GALWAY Film Fleadh has always supported Irish film, but this year’s festival, which runs from July 10 to 15, features an abundance of new Irish movies, including 13 world premieres, seven European premieres, and seven Irish premieres.

 

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